One popular holiday tradition is to send cards to friends and families. Our class was able to participate in this tradition through Projects by Jen’s Holiday Card Exchange. We created our own cards with this year’s theme being “Lights” and then sent them to more than 20 different states and provinces in United States and Canada.
Once we addressed all of our cards and mailed them, we sat backed and waited for our cards to arrive. It was so exciting each day to have three or four arrive in the mail. We eagerly awaited the opening and reading of the cards. One interesting detail that was included in each card was the average temperature in December for the school the card came from. Our lowest average temperature was 5 degrees Fahrenheit from a city in North Dakota and the highest average temperature was from a school in Florida with 70 degrees Fahrenheit. Our average temperature for our city was 67 degrees Fahrenheit. Mrs. Fraher was so glad we didn’t have the 5 degrees! Take a look at our process from creating the cards to receiving them.
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